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Old September 9, 2009, 10:16 AM
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Default Major Decisions at 10th Meeting of BCB Board of Directors

Date: Wednesday, 09 September 2009

Media Release

Major Decisions at 10th Meeting of BCB Board of Directors

The BCB Board of Directors convened for their 10th Meeting today. Chairman Media & Communications Committee Mohammed Jalal Yunus informed that the following major decisions have been taken at the Meeting:

  • The Board has decided that Masrafe Bin Mortaza will be captain of the Bangladesh Cricket Team and Shakib Al Hasan will be the Vice Captain for Zimbabwe’s Tour to Bangladesh in October-November 2009.

  • The Board has agreed in principle to extend the tenure of Bangladesh Head Coach Jamie Siddons until the end of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011. A three-member committee will be formed to negotiate the terms and conditions of the new contract with the coach.

  • Following a request from the England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) the BCB has agreed that the Bangladesh Team would appear in the first ever day-night Test match during the Tour of England in May-June 2010. However, this is subject to the approval for day-night Test cricket by the International Cricket Council (ICC).

  • Five (05) candidates have been short-listed for the position of the BCB Chief Executive Officer (CEO). A special committee will finalise the CEO appointment process.

  • The Board has approved the appointment of Shafiuddin Ahmed FCA as the Chief Financial Officer of the BCB.

  • The recommendation to extend the tenure of the National Selection Committee of Chief Selector Rafiqul Alam and Members Naimur Rahman and Akram Khan until 30 June 2010 has been approved.



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Old September 9, 2009, 11:25 AM
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More or less good decision. No alternative.
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Old September 9, 2009, 11:26 AM
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Mashrafe Mortaza has been reinstated as captain for Bangladesh's ODI series against Zimbabwe at home, scheduled for October this year. Shakib Al Hasan, who led Bangladesh to their maiden overseas Test series win in the absence of an injured Mortaza, will be his deputy.

Shakib had been appointed as stand-in captain in the absence of Mortaza, who had sustained a knee injury, and he led by example, scoring a match-winning 96 against West Indies at St George's to seal Bangladesh's first overseas Test series win. He followed that up with a 3-0 whitewash in the subsequent ODI series and a 4-1 defeat of Zimbabwe.

Jamie Siddons, who oversaw the recent run of successes as coach, has had his tenure extended in principle until the 2011 World Cup in the subcontinent. A Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) release stated that a three-member committee will be formed to negotiate the terms and conditions of the new contract.

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Old September 9, 2009, 11:28 AM
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Old September 9, 2009, 11:28 AM
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yipeeeeeeeeeee i dnt know if he'll be a good captain like sakib though
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JAMIE SIDDONS AGAIN, SELECTORS AGAIN?

khaled mahmud is the one who supported jamie siddons through out the WI/ZIMB series

BCB khali shesh duita performance bichar korei coach and selectordere rakhlo.......what can i say.........it's like doing the homework at very last time and get a 100 in the test
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Old September 9, 2009, 12:38 PM
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JAMIE SIDDONS AGAIN, SELECTORS AGAIN?

khaled mahmud is the one who supported jamie siddons through out the WI/ZIMB series

BCB khali shesh duita performance bichar korei coach and selectordere rakhlo.......what can i say.........it's like doing the homework at very last time and get a 100 in the test
Sorry! Didnt get your point
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Good decision by BCB. As for selectors, apart from bagh mama I am happy with it.
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Old September 9, 2009, 01:41 PM
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i'm not sure if keeping mashrafee as the captain is the best thing to do. our pacers are getting hammered day in and out, and when mash comes back we need him 150% fit, but i think we need him more as a front line bowler than a captain, beside he can always help out sakib in the field.
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Good decisions except about selectors. These selectors are incapable. That has been proved again and again. Yet another tenure is a worst decision.

What are the decisions on:

1. Sending bowling and fielding coach on overseas tour.
2. Dead line to select CEO.
3. New foreign fielding coach.
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Sorry! Didnt get your point
about jamie siddons: except the series against WI/ZiMB......did he have major success? a 20 thousand bucks monthly paid coach who loves to take vacation after every series......he is the the head coach of bd......still he doesn't know that much about our domestic cricket.......he is that kind of who is not willing to pick players from the domestic cricket(if u compare him with dave whatmore)

selectors: they believe in politics......yes u can love politics but why would u bring into cricket? also i guess they brought only one player raqibul who is the only potential one .......they also brought naeem/riyad.......but still u can't be dependant on them......one day they do well..one day they do bad...just like other bd players

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Anyone interesetd in voting whether JS should STAY or GO? No one??!!!

Ok then.
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Anyone interesetd in voting whether JS should STAY or GO? No one??!!!
I would not mind if BCB decided not to extend Siddons' contract. His assistant coaches are more effective in shaping players than he is.
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about jamie siddons: except the series against WI/ZiMB......did he have major success?
Well what do you expect? It's like you except us to ALWAYS be competitive. Get a reality check kid. We are just not good enough to compete regularly yet, but we are on the way up. A 4-1 series win AWAY at Zimbabwe is fantastic. That series alone is a good enough reason to let JS stay on. Also, other than Ashraful and Shahadat, I feel that most of our players have improved within his tenure.
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On a second thought, I may like to see Siddons to continue just to keep Lipu and other BCB matobbors from meddling with the national team. Current BCB is turning out to be very nosy about team selection and team management. A local coach will definitely won't get the same respect from them like a foreign coach gets. A new foreign coach will also likely to struggle to find his feet in politics around the national team. Siddons on the other hand has done well to be in a dominating position in team politics in his time with the national team so far.
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Well what do you expect? It's like you except us to ALWAYS be competitive. Get a reality check kid. We are just not good enough to compete regularly yet, but we are on the way up. A 4-1 series win AWAY at Zimbabwe is fantastic. That series alone is a good enough reason to let JS stay on. Also, other than Ashraful and Shahadat, I feel that most of our players have improved within his tenure.
Absolutely! Every point on the dot. We have the tendency not be satisfied with anything! We have done remarkably well considering the experience of our team and Siddons has had a major role in it. We need to hold on to him until WC 2011. New coach will come and need to start all over again.
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Absolutely! Every point on the dot. We have the tendency not be satisfied with anything! We have done remarkably well considering the experience of our team and Siddons has had a major role in it. We need to hold on to him until WC 2011. New coach will come and need to start all over again.
Exactly. Whenever a new coach comes in, there will always be a tough adjustment period especially with a team as young as ours. With the ICC breathing down our backs, we can not afford another turbulent period if we want to keep our Test status. The only way we get the monkey off our back is to play good, consistent cricket and the only way that will happen is if we retain the same coach and management.
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yipeeeeeeeeeee i dnt know if he'll be a good captain like sakib though
Might be a better one, who knows!?


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Well what do you expect? It's like you except us to ALWAYS be competitive. Get a reality check kid. We are just not good enough to compete regularly yet, but we are on the way up. A 4-1 series win AWAY at Zimbabwe is fantastic. That series alone is a good enough reason to let JS stay on. Also, other than Ashraful and Shahadat, I feel that most of our players have improved within his tenure.

why are u counting the zimb series? compare with other better teams

It's because of mr. al hasan that we have sucess so far......if there were no sakib hasan......guess how's the team look like now!

if somebody is just happy by seeing 1 or 2 gr8 series performance........then i've nothing to say
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JAMIE SIDDONS AGAIN, SELECTORS AGAIN?
It's a good move, though, Bagh mama-k soriye deya uchit chhilo...
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BCB khali shesh duita performance bichar korei coach and selectordere rakhlo.......what can i say.........it's like doing the homework at very last time and get a 100 in the test
Don't see any prob., bro.
Winning is the key, isn't it?!!
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It's a good move, though, Bagh mama-k soriye deya uchit chhilo...

Don't see any prob., bro.
Winning is the key, isn't it?!!
bro come to america and visit some high schools(american high schools ain't a joke)......where teachers put final grade for students based on the whole year performance....if u start to do all the hard work last term of the marking period, teacher will be impressed, but he/she will still give u a lower grade..........even in real world....if want a job promotion.....the boss is gonna chq ur whole yr performance.......

cuz we are bengali, we always pick the last perormance!

dui ekta joss joss match jitle manush kemon change hoye jai!
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I would not mind if BCB decided not to extend Siddons' contract. His assistant coaches are more effective in shaping players than he is.
Tamim, Mashrafee, Shakib, Ash and others said many times that Siddons is doing a good job for the team. He might has a bad mouth, other than that he is doing ok IMO.
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bro come to america and visit some high schools(american high schools ain't a joke)......where teachers put final grade for students based on the whole year performance....if u start to do all the hard work last term of the marking period, teacher will be impressed, but he/she will still give u a lower grade..........even in real world....if want a job promotion.....the boss is gonna chq ur whole yr performance.......

cuz we are bengali, we always pick the last perormance!

dui ekta joss joss match jitle manush kemon change hoye jai!
Siddons having a good time lately...and needs to continue...
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why are u counting the zimb series? compare with other better teams

It's because of mr. al hasan that we have sucess so far......if there were no sakib hasan......guess how's the team look like now!

if somebody is just happy by seeing 1 or 2 gr8 series performance........then i've nothing to say
Ummm it wasn't just Shakib performing. A different player has been stepping up every match. We won matches when Shakib did not perform at all. Give credit where credit is due. Give credit to JS.
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Tamim, Mashrafee, Shakib, Ash and others said many times that Siddons is doing a good job for the team. He might has a bad mouth, other than that he is doing ok IMO.
Do you think that they had any option of speaking against him in public?

Unless someone wants to ruin his career/position in the team.
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